Annual Page, AZ Tractor Pull & Antique Machine Show

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Annual Page, AZ Tractor Pull & Antique Machine Show

2 days full of tractor pulling, barrel train rides, demonstrations, displays of old iron, blacksmithing, and more laid against a spectacular background of desert cliffs at Vermillion Cliffs Arena, on the outskirts of Page, AZ. Sponsored by Page Antique Tractor and Machinery Club, EDGE&TA brandh 217. First full weekend in October.

Easy access to hotels, restaurants, RV parking and more. Other attractions you might want to stay around and enjoy, all within a few minutes of Page are Lake Powell and Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon Dam and Canyon River trip, Antelope Slot Canyon, Horseshoe Bend. Like the hub on a wheel we are also within easy day trip range of Flagstaff, the North and South Rims of the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Zion and Bryce Canyons and much more.

Annual Page, AZ Tractor Pull & Antique Machine Show

Address : Vermillion Cliffs Arena, 501 Haul Road Page AZ
Phone : 928-645-3962   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 815-642-0459

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Admission Fee : Free - donation jar available

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